Protect your future and theirs!
Long-term care insurance makes certain that you won’t be a burden on your family (leave your children with your assets not debt).
For a couple turning 65, there is a 75% chance of one needing long-term care.
~ Wall Street Journal
So if you think you’re still too young to think about long-term health care in your old age, think again! The optimum age to start paying for long-term care insurance is 45. For each of your birthdays after that, expect the premium cost to go up.
There are several important issues you can consider when planning for the possibility that you may need long-term care in the future:
- Living Longer
- Changing Family Demographics
- Long-term Care Costs
- Expecting the Unexpected
By starting to consider our options early in life while in good health, we can help protect against the unexpected need for care now and in the future.
While we can’t predict the future, we can help you plan for your future.
Our insurance experts will work with you one-on-one; providing the best personalized insurance plan that works for you.